A 22-year-old Business Administration major Garey Gan Said that Panda Express has been a huge staple and symbol of Asian America.
One of the graduates at the University of Southern California (USC) does his celebrations by posing in front of the Camera. It is indeed shocking news for many people.
Gan is a Malaysian resident who came to California to complete his USC. For six years, he has been staying in California.
Soon after completing their USC Graduate degree, he came to the Panda Express for the Celebrations. He also posted on his Instagram that his success would not be possible without Chow Mein.
Adding to the above, Gan also said that Panda Express brought him great comfort in his college days.
Further, he also stated that, In between classes or late at night, if he wants to eat healthy food which reminds his house. Then, he would prefer Panda Express. Rice and chow mein will be available there.
Garey Gan About Panda Express
During my college days, if I wanted a comfort food that resembled my home, I would choose the rice and chow mein at Panda Express.
About Gan Early Days
Garey Gan Came to Canada from Malaysia six years ago to complete his high school. He completed his high school at Vancouver Island in British Columbia.
Further, he moved to Los Angeles to attend USC. Gan also said that he learned a lot about identity by connecting with many students of Asian American.
Adding to the above statement, I may sometimes think I am an Asian American for spending more than six years here. But, ultimately, I am not an American, Gan said.
Moreover, the USC Panda Express Location is available at the Ronald Tutor Campus Center. This is the location where he used to eat his favorite food.
Now, with the photographer Emily Rose Smith, he is celebrating by taking photos. Moreover, this photo shoot took place around 8 AM.
In one of the statements, a representative of the Rosemead-based Panda Express stated that. They will be happy if their customers celebrate their success.
Adding to the above statement, he also said they would be pleased to witness the live celebrations at their restaurant.
Gan never compares the Panda Express food with their Chinese food. Both of them is of different genre.
Concluding, Gan also said that he took his parents to the USC Panda Express Restaurant as his parents asked him about his go-to places. Gan said to their parents that it was his favorite place.
The above photos are taken from the Garey Gan Instagram Account.
This is the complete story of a Malaysian Boy (Gan) who celebrates his success at Panda Express.